BGLUG Meeting Tues. Apr. 3

Our next meeting is Tuesday, April 3rd, 7 pm, at the United Way. Click for Google Map.

No special topics this meeting. Andrew will do a very short demo / tutorial on Blender. Bring whatever projects or hardware that's been keeping you up late hacking. And there will be tech chatter, hardware and software exchange.

BGLUG Meeting Tues. Mar. 6

Our next meeting is Tuesday, March 6th, 7 pm, at the United Way. Click for Google Map.

We have some Stars clients coming in that night, so the floor will be open. Andrew cannot make it but is supplying the pizza; bring your favourite non-alcoholic beverage. Show and tell with the usual, or unusual, tech talk.

BGLUG Meeting Tues. Feb. 6

Our next meeting is Tuesday, February 6th, 7 pm, at the United Way. Click for Google Map. Bring your favourite (non-alcoholic) beverage.

Topic to be announced.

BGLUG Meeting Tues. Jan. 2

Our January meeting is this coming Tuesday, 7 pm, at the United Way. Click for Google Map. Bring your favourite beverage, Andrew will bring pizza.

No special topic this month. If you received any interesting tech toys for Christmas/Hanukkah/{insert-holiday-here} then bring it to the meeting. Andrew might revisit the backup topic that he started last month. And as always, free hardware, software, ideas and lots of tech talk.

BGLUG Meeting POSTPONED

The meeting scheduled for Tuesday Dec. 5 has been postponed one week due to weather.

Our December meeting is rescheduled to Tuesday, Dec. 12, 7 pm, at the United Way. Click for Google Map. Andrew will bring pizza; you bring a beverage.

Topic: backup. Andrew will be talking about back blaze b2 service. And maybe talk about raid even though raid is not backup. You can contribute your backup solution or talk about something completely different because in addition to software freedom we practice wetware freedom. And also free exchange of hardware, magazines and ideas. See you on Tuesday.

BGLUG Meeting Tues. Nov. 7

Our November meeting is this coming Tuesday, 7 pm, at the United Way. Click for Google Map. Bring your favourite beverage, Andrew will bring pizza.

No special topic this month. If you've been working on something bring it in for show and tell. And of course what most of us look forward to: tech talk, swapping free ideas and software, and hardware trades.

BGLUG Meeting Tues. Oct. 3

Our October meeting is this coming Tuesday, 7 pm, at the United Way. Click for Google Map. Bring your favourite beverage, Andrew will bring pizza.

Topic for the evening is firewalls. Could be hardware based like dd-wrt or openwrt. Could be a distro like ClearOS. Could even be OpenBSD like pfSense. Anyone implemented a firewall on raspberry pi - bring it for the show. Andrew will demo his favourite OpenWRT box. And like always there will be tech talk, magazine exchange, hardware giveaways, etc.

BGLUG Meeting Tues. Sept. 5

Our September meeting is this Tuesday, 7 pm, at the United Way. Click for Google Map. Bring your favourite beverage, Andrew will bring pizza.

Those of you interested in mobile technology will be familiar with cyanogen mod. Cyanogen mod forked to LineageOS. Dan has offered to do a show and tell of his Nexus running LineageOS and syncthing. Andrew will do a short tutorial on the systemd log daemon: Journald. The floor is open to anyone who wants to present their most recent project or linux device. And of course we will have tech talk, hardware giveaways and magazine swap.

BGLUG Meeting Tues. August 1

Our August meeting will be at the United Way at 7pm this coming Tuesday (August 1st). Click for Google map.

Andrew has offered to do a short tutorial/demo about systemd. ("Love it or hate it, systemd is the new Master Of The Linuxiverse.") Time permitting, Logan has offered to do a short presentation on ZeroNet/Tor. And, as always, the usual tech talk, free hardware and software, and magazine exchange.

BGLUG Meeting Tues. July 4

Our July meeting is this Tuesday, 7 pm, at the United Way. Click for Google Map. Bring your favourite beverage, Andrew will bring pizza.

Considering that Tuesday is July 4th, maybe we should have a Microsoft night. How do you run Microsoft software under Linux? Wine? Virtual? Or do you just look for an alternative application? Or do you run Linux under Windows? Andrew will bring a Win10 machine with Windows Subsystem for Linux.

And if you really don't want to talk about Microsoft we will have the usual tech talk, free hardware and software, and magazine exchange.

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